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CBS
Apr 17, 2014 12:00pm PDT
killed on the track last october. >> reporter: that's correct. cal/osha basically saying that bart is responsible for the deaths that those two workers. cal/osha handed out three citations to bart after the workers were killed in october. the workers christopher shepherd and sheppard and lawrence daniels were killed at the walnut creek bart station in october of 2013. it happened during a bart strike so a trainee was operating that bart train when it hit the two workers, cal/osha gave bart three willful serious violations today. the first is that the workers were not qualified to do the work they were doing that day because they were not electrical workers and they were working near the third rail. the second violation is the trainee at the controls was operating the train by himself. cal/osha says the trainer was not with him. he was in a passenger car at the time of the accident. cal/osha also says that the trainee did not have adequate training. the last violation is that the procedure the workers were using known as "simple approval" in cal/osha's mind they believe "simple appr
CBS
Apr 17, 2014 5:00pm PDT
for a series of safety failures. da. >> reporter: allen, cal-osha investigators say bart committed the highest kind of violation known as willful violation meaning bart knew about the hazard yet did nothing to correct the problem. that's why cal-osha believes bart is responsible and at fault for the two deaths of its workers. a hefty fine against bart. $210,000 for safety violations state investigators say led to the deaths of christopher sheppard and lawrence daniels. >> i'm happy that the families could have a little vindication of clearing their names and continue with the process of mourning. >> reporter: the two workers died after a train hit them during a track inspection. it happened during a bart strike in october. managers were learning how to operate trains. >> the tragic loss, did not need to be lost. again, the strike did not need to happen. >> reporter: cal/osha cites bart for three violations saying the men killed weren't qualified to do the inspection because they weren't electricians, yet they were working near the electrified third rail. 2, cal/osha says the person operating t
FOX News
Apr 7, 2014 4:00pm PDT
we reached out to osha and sciu for comments about this ride along. in comments osha said in part allowing nonparty executives is not a new osha policy. osha's long-standing regulations interpreting the law the representative can be a third party if that third party representative is necessary to conduct a thorough investigation. of course we also asked sciu for a statement. they said no they don't want to answer this one. now brent south wall a professional janitorial service joins us. welcome to washington. >> thanks for having me, greta. >> your position that osha come in with seiu on how many occasions. >> three occasions they came in with osha inspector on the properties. >> how long you have had your business. >> 27 years. >> prior to the last three inspections have you ever been hit with a social shah complaint. >> never been hit with one or had any employees complain at all. >> social shah has come in on three-o ceations with seiu a surprise. >> surprise. management staff got to the building they were there and introduced them to them. >> i assume osha can come as a surpri
FOX News
Apr 9, 2014 4:00pm PDT
stories being reported around the country where osha was dessignature nalgt union representatives to come along for inspections in nine -- nonunionized industry. at the same time osha issued what's regional emphasis program that targeted the automotive parts suppliers in alabama, georgia, and mississippi. they did so without justification. so, our problem is, number one, we're questioning whether or not this administration's interpretation of the law affords osha the unilateral opportunity to bring along union rep to nonunionized corporation for an inspection. but, also, to target specific industry in a specific part of the country without offering the appropriate justification. >> all right. well, one of the things that always makes me a little bit, i don't know, it drives me crazy, they come up with a name for their program. whether it's a good program or not regional emphasis program. whoever came up with that i would love to know whose job that was. here is what oosha. we contacted the osha labor department to see what they said. osha emphasis program, there is that great name again,
CBS
Apr 17, 2014 6:00pm PDT
that they were right all along. now they are hoping that the hefty fine coming from cal/osha will force bart to change its culture. bart's worker saw the citations coming. >> this is not a surprise that this happened. >> reporter: before the accident, they had warned bart leaders teaching managers to run trains was dangerous. >> all the workers saying this is just a crazy thought to do. so yeah, it is crazy. >> reporter: the workers were right. a trainee operating a bart train killed two workers during the october strike. christopher sheppard and laurence daniels were doing a track inspection. today cal/osha gave bart the maximum penalty, three willful violations totaling $210,000. >> a willful category is added when we have evidence that shows that the employer knew about the hazards and did not correct them. >> reporter: here are the violations. cal/osha says the men killed weren't qualified to do the inspection because they weren't electricians yet they were working near the electrified third rail. two, cal/osha says the person operating the train had inadequate training. the trainer wasn
FOX
Apr 17, 2014 6:00pm PDT
was charged with the murder today. >>> b.a.r.t. fined thousands of dollars by cal-osha for safety violations that resulted in the deaths of two workers. they were hit and killed by a b.a.r.t. train while inspecting a dip in the tracks in october. ktvu's tom vacar joins us with what the finds will -- fines will mean and cost and require. >> cal-osha slapped b.a.r.t. with three of its most important citations and assessed the highest fines allowed by law, $210,000. >> reporter: violation number one, b.a.r.t. allowed unqualified workers to go into an active track way without adequate training. and two, the procedure to allow workers to go on to the track was inadequate and not followed. and three, the manager assigned to training was not as required in the cab with the unqualified trainee who struck the workers. >> he had view of the backs at the control cab but did not have a advantage to view the track. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. says all of the issues have been abated. >> reporter: [ inaudible question ] >> not till had culture changes at b.a.r.t. >> b.a.r.t. and the board have to look at their p
FOX
Apr 18, 2014 4:30am PDT
came on the say day that state regulators handed down a $210,000 fine. a cal osha investigation shows bart deliberately violated safety rules and the agencies simple approval policy was simple and not followed. it required work earns to take responsible. the investigation also cited bart for not supervising the trainee. christopher shepard and lawrence daniels were struck and killed by a bart train while inspecting tracks. cal osha says shepard and daniels were not properly trained to perform work near energized third rails. >> they were not qualified to be working near a live third rail. as a matter of fact they had an aluminum track gauge which was three feet in length. if that had hit that third rail, it would have elect -- electrocuted them. >> meantime barts general manager released a statement in response to the report saying bart has fundamentally upgraded its safety procedures with the implementation of a an enhanced safety. >>> time is 4:47. let's go to sal. keeping an eye on traffic on this friday morning. hopefully it stays friday light out there. >> we are hoping. today is
FOX News
Apr 5, 2014 7:00pm PDT
days scouring the business, osha found several infractions, for example, a fark lift operator wasn't using a seat belt. osha imposed some hefty fines. >> i think our tally for that little tour was $22,000, something like that. >> $22,000? >> so four federal agents are now looking at the engelbrechts, the irs, the atf, the fbi and osha. >> isn't it possible that this is all just a coincidence? >> wouldn't that be great in but you start stacking it up at and at some point, if it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, probably a duck. >> we called up these agencies and asked for a response. discloeing any ey were legally information. the fbi did not reply. the atf said they were within their right to make a warrantless inspection and osha said their was just a routine random inspection. did you ever ask any of these agents or agencies why the sudden interest in you and your lives? >> no. it was just following orders. >> where did the orders come from? >> there's the question. >> in addition to all of this attention from government agencies, engelbrecht was soon piquing the interest
NBC
Apr 17, 2014 5:00pm PDT
in the striking workers' absence. cal osha says the trainee at the controls during the tragedy not only underwent an abbreviated training but wasn't being properly supervised. >> the trainer rather then observing closely what the trainee was doing behind the controls was seated actually in the passenger car behind. and did not have a clear view of the tracks or of what the trainee was doing. >> reporter: cal osha also says b.a.r.t.'s procedures were employees working on the tracks were both inadequate and not followed. >> there was not a lookout posted for the workers on the tracks. and although the trainee was attempting to sound the horn and stop the train, that didn't occur. and the workers were struck and killed. >> b.a.r.t.'s general manager responded today with a statement. quote, the b.a.r.t. family has spent the past six months mourning the loss of christopher d. shepherd and lawrence e. daniels while making permanent changes to our safety procedures. passenger and employee safety is our top priority at b.a.r.t. unquote. union leaders say they're relieved cal osha's taking action. >> and
CBS
Apr 20, 2014 7:30am PDT
or not it works and what it means for the bay area as well. >>> in other news, this past week cal osha fines b.a.r.t. saying that the transit agency allowed -- >> a b.a.r.t. train ran over two workers. christopher shepherd and lawrence daniels were doing a track inspection on thursday cal/osha gave b.a.r.t. the maximum penalty, three willful violations totaling $210,000 in citations. >> a willful category is added when we have evidence that shows that the employer knew of hazards and did not correct them. >> first cal/osha says the men weren't qualified. they were elect fied third rail. two cal osha says the person upward in the train had inadequate training. the trainer wasn't even in the cab. cal osha says a simple approval was inadequate. that means using someone as a spotter. >> that's interesting. you've covered this story for a while. the fine itself is going to be basically b.a.r.t., which is a public agency paying it to the state. let's put that aside. >> right. >> what did you see as the import of this report? >> what i saw, really when you hear the $210,000 fine, kind of a slap on th
KICU
Apr 17, 2014 11:00pm PDT
. we're told there were no passengers onboard, and no injuries. >>> cal osha leveed a fine of $210,000 against b.a.r.t. in the deaths last year of two workers in the east bay. they found fault with three things that day. the two workers killed should not have been on the tracks. the so-called simple approve allege procedure was not only inadequate, it was not followed. the person at the train controls was a trainee, and the supervisor was not in the control cab. today's citations are the most serious cal osha can issue, and the fine is the maximum amount allowed. two were killed by an oncoming train while inspecting tracks. cal osha said they should note been where they were. >> the ground crew was not qualified to be working near a live third rail. as a matter of fact, they had an aluminum track gauge that was about three feet in length. if that would have hit that third rail, it would have electrocuted them. >> one of b.a.r.t. 's major unions afscme applauded the ruling. saying b.a.r.t. has upgraded safety procedures, and a proposed budget investment of over $5 million in additio
Al Jazeera America
Apr 1, 2014 2:30am EDT
'm not sure of that. i would settle for if osha or the mine safety health administration or epa or department of transportation, if they would make this kind of information and data available, that there has been terrible foot dragging on the administration's part. i do not wish to throw the baby out with the bath water and say the use of the foia stature like a quasi key cam tool is appropriate because the kinds of information that we need to keep classified is things like when a state senator in california is negotiating with an fbi agent to bring in cells of all kinds of all kinds of weaponry to potential international terrorists, that person's name and his associates is released would jeopardize the investigation and could jeopardize our national security. absolutely we have to be very careful about that, and there ought to be better tools to used public. >> how does a guy like nelson mandela stay on the u.s. terrorist list until 2008? and how do records that pertain to that somehow jeopardize national security? >> so a number of people who were associated with mr. nelson mandela have als
KRON
Apr 17, 2014 11:00pm PDT
.and figure out what caused this tragedy. cal-osha is fining bart for an accident that killed two maintenence workers during last year's bart strike. the state safety agengy has fined bart 210-thousand-dollars for three safety violations. a bart train hit and killed laurence daniels and christopher sheppard last october. while they were inspecting the tracks between the walnut creek and pleasant hill stations. bart says, it has upgraded its safety procedures. and solved the issues that led to the workers' deaths. what's happening to the man who threw a loud firework into a crowd of fans at a-t-and-t park, injuring several people. female announcer: get three years interest-free financing on brand name mattress sets. plus, get free delivery, and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. sleep train's interest free for 3 event is on now. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ i want you to know stuff i want you to be kind. i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. i want you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before yo
NBC
Apr 17, 2014 11:00am PDT
has been slapped with fines that total more than $200,000. cal osha is citing b.a.r.t. last year for the death of two workers who were killed last october during a train inspection. they were killed by a fast-moving train in walnut creek. osha calls the three violations willful and serious. among the complaints, the report confirms that a trainee was at the controls while his trainer was in a passenger car. also, b.a.r.t.'s procedures for employees working the tracks were inadequate and not followed. >>> a task force created to prevent future hate crimes at san jose state university will hold its final public meeting tonight. the 18-member panel was created to propose new university policies. last fall, four students were arrested and accused of bullying a black student for weeks. well, that student has since filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the university. tonight's meeting will be in the university's engineering building. that will start at 5:30. >>> we've got some good news for the class of 2014. companies are hiring. a new survey finds companies plan to hire 8% mo
ABC
Apr 17, 2014 6:00pm PDT
. bart slapped with penalties about what cal osha calls willful and serious violations in the deaths of two workers by two workers hit by a train saying they should not have been allowed on the tracks >> aside from a prepared statement bart had nothing to say today, would not field questions it's critics add tlot say, however. you might say it's open season now on the transit agency. >> two nonstriking workers struck and killed by a train driven by a trainee. today cal osha found bart at fault. >> we found the trainee by himself in the cab the trainer seated in the passenger car behind the open control cab door. had view of the back of the trainee. and did not have adequate supervision of the chainee. >> the fine a maximum for three safety violations an accident the union says never would have happened if bart had not forced them onto the track. >> we're adamant saying this is unsafe. do not run trains. and they came back with the tactics. >> the public funded agency took no questions and gave no answer. instead a statement reading in bart quote bart embraced requirement that's will
KOFY
Apr 17, 2014 7:00pm PDT
of the story. bart slapped with penalties about what cal osha calls willful and serious violations in the deaths of two workers by two workers hit by a train saying they should not have been allowed on the tracks >> aside from a prepared statement bart had nothing to say today, would not field questions it's critics add tlot say, however. you might say it's open season now on the transit agency. >> two nonstriking workers struck and killed by a train driven by a trainee. today cal osha found bart at fault. >> we found the trainee by himself in the cab the trainer seated in the passenger car behind the open control cab door. had view of the back of the trainee. and did not have adequate supervision of the chainee. >> the fine a maximum for three safety violations an accident the union says never would have happened if bart had not forced them onto the track. >> we're adamant saying this is unsafe. do not run trains. and they came back with the tactics. >> the public funded agency took no questions and no answer. instead a statement reading in bart quote bart embraced requirement tha
ABC
Apr 11, 2014 4:30am PDT
. a 60-year-old edward lake jr. was hit by rebar he was unloading. osha order the employer to pay $26,000 because the workers failed to secure the pile of steel and the company cannot have an adequate workplace injury prevention program in place. >> todays thousands of students across the country are taking part in the 19 the annual "day of silence," to raise awareness of bullying. the gay, lesbian and straight network posted a video on youtube, a public service announcement encouraging tolerance. students say they are taking a vow of silence to honor those not being heard. they will keep quiet at school all day to put an end to name-calling and harassment. >> scientists say an ancient fragment of papyrus that suggests jesus was married is determineed to be not a forgery and written in ancient egyptian and jesus said "my wife" and it says "she will be able to be my disciple." the results do not prove jesus had a wife only that they found a snippet from an ancient manuscript that is 12 centers old -- 12 years old. >> the did the toll climbs overnight after a fed, truck slams into a tou
KICU
Apr 17, 2014 7:00pm PDT
they were hit and killed that happened during the bart strike. osha says they should not have been anywhere near where the accident happened. >> one citation says they had no business even being on the trackway let alone doing the work with the tools assigned to them. >> the ground crew actually was not qualified to be working near a live third rail. and as a matter of fact, they had an aluminum track gauge that was about three feet in length. it would have been lek -- to see bart blame those workers was reprehensible. the finding squarely places that on bart. the discounted simple approval procedures that allowed them were not only inned a qawt, they didn't -- the most serious. >> translator: person behind the controls was a trainee who did not have enough experience to be there by himself and rather than being -- the trainer was located behind the control cab door, which was open in a passenger car with another trainee and three other managers. >> it was unsafe prior to the strike, said do not do this. during the strike and they did. >> bart general manager grace carn has been issued -- u
CBS
Apr 17, 2014 11:00pm PDT
for several days. >>> and cal-osha fined b.a.r.t. for an accident last year when a train hit and killed two men working on the traction. >>> another woman turned up dead on mount tamalpais. sharon chin is there now. >> reporter: minutes agrow authorities towed -- minutes ago authorities towed away the missing woman's car. a note saying we are looking for you, love you, call us. searchers found a body of a woman. it took them hours to find the body of a woman who matched the description and clothes of the missing 50-year-old. >> there is no obvious signs of the cause of death to this person. >> she is a hiker who was with her dog and a friend last night. he wanted to keep hiking in the dark and she want tad go -- wanted to go home, her dog made it back and her father reported her missing. a body was found in a drainage ditch off trail. >> she may have fallen 50 feet into the drainage. >> deputies they the body was found a mile from where searchers recovered a woman's body last weekend. both found in drainage ditches. >> we haven't identified anything criminal. >> reporter: they seem so simil
FOX
Apr 17, 2014 12:00pm PDT
' future home. >>> back now to our breaking news. cal/osha hit b.a.r.t. with three serious citation and fined it $210,000 over the deaths of two workers killed on the tracks last october. one citation said the two workers killed had no business even being on the track way, let alone doing the work with the tools assigned to them. >> the grounds crew actually was not qualified to be working near a live third rail. and as a matter of fact they had an aluminum track gauge that was about 3 feet in length. if that had hit that third rail, it would have electrocuted them. >>> they said a procedure that allowed the workers on the track way was not only inadequate, the workers did not even follow the procedure. the other citation is perhaps the most serious. >> the person behind the controls was a trainee who did not have enough experience to be in that control cab by himself. rather than being under close supervision, the trainer was actually located behind the control cab door which was open in a passenger car with another trainee and three other managers. >> b.a.r.t. has just released a
CNN
Apr 11, 2014 10:00am PDT
court ruled against sea world. sea world was appealing citations issued by osha. osha restricted how humans interact with killer whales. the concerns about killer whales in captivity was the focus of the documentary black fish and included the trainer's death in 2010. >> hillary clinton hads spend a lot of time dodging questions but as briann shows us, secretary clinton was judging more than just questions. what was that? a bat? was that a bat? is that somebody throwing somebody at me? is that part of cirque de de soliel? >> this was hillary clinton making jokes after a woman hurled a shoe at her. the hurler was immediately subdued and taken into custody. it's not the first time objects have been thrown at a politician. an iraqi journalist chucked not one but two shoes and protesters in egypt happened. >> thank goodness they play softball like i do. >> perhaps a memoir. not shoes but questions, cnn washington. >> that's it for me. i'm wolf blitzer in washington. i will be back in the situation room. newsroom starts in 60 seconds. >> hello everyone, don lemon. it is fast becoming a d
FOX
Apr 18, 2014 6:00am PDT
day they handed down a $210,000 fine over an accident that killed two bart workers in october. osha investigation found bart deliberately violated safety rules and the agencies simple approval policy was ineffective and not followed. the investigation also cited bart for not supervising the trainee who was at the controls of the train. cal osha says shepard and daniels were not properly trained to perform work near energized third rails. barts general manager released a statement saying quote bart has upgraded its safety procedures. and a prosed budget. >>> time is 6:40. an agreement aimed at reducing the escalating tensions in the ukraine crisis it is meeting resistance this morning. >>> where they are supposed to stop any further violent acts and illegal militant groups are required to give up their weapons. meantime the obama administration is calling anti- semitic fliers. masked men believed to be part of the pro russian movement passed out the leaflets in front of a sent god. >> it is being called the deadliest avalanche in mount everest history. at least 12 climbing guides hav
FOX
Apr 18, 2014 7:00am PDT
over an accident that killed two bart workers. osha found bart violated rules and the policy was not fold. the policy required workers to take responsibility of their own safety. christopher shepard and lawrence daniels were struck and killed by the bart train. osha says they were not properly trained. bart's general manager released a statement in response to the report, saying bart has upgraded its safety procedures with the implementation of an enhanced safety program and a proposed budget investment of over $5 million in resources. >>> time is 7:38. federal prosecutors in the corruption case of state senator leyland yee say they plan to add additional charges. that could carry a sentence of up to 20 years. the justice department still has to approve the charges first. >>> happening today, bart riders, you may see a lot of police activity today. bart police, the transportation security administration and other law enforcement agencies are conducted joint training exercises today. it starts at 8:30 this morning and will continue until 12:30. the officers will be at the sfo,
CBS
Apr 24, 2014 6:00pm PDT
right now and that's why we're here. >> reporter: to support a new bill in the senate. it requires cal/osha to improve security standards and safety training to prevent workplace violence for nurses, staff and patient. >> somebody fired a gun. >> scariest thing i have ever been through. >> reporter: they believe yesterday's shooting at a medical building in daly city and last weekend's stabbings of two registered nurses at two separate l.a. area hospitals underscores the urgent need to increase security and emergency preparedness training statewide. >> we are being often faced with physical abuse, verbal abuse, threats. >> reporter: but some call the bill a waste of time, money and effort. >> opponents say this is just a duplication of a plan that's already in place. what do you say? senator alex padilla is the author of the bill. currently hospitals are required to provide annual training for staff in the emergency department as well as high risk areas as identified in the security assessment" > violence can occur in other parts of the hospital. >> reporter: but senator padilla says cal/os
PBS
Apr 19, 2014 7:30am PDT
. the osha to let the owner of tnt gunner in the new york gun shop for the past six months he's been selling in this modified a ar fifteen rifle specifically manufactured to comply with new york and wants this and that the little purple dress with a lot more cough will and now they get away with a pistol grip with the builder wanted and it will like this instead of hold it like this one of them at the same time here's the whole time here's the new one before and after what the old new you recall we go. this modified rifles still fires at the same reason this seemed power and the scene police said. and by just being on the market has grown a bit of a hole for new york's new combos. howdy as the nation's toughest ordnance in missouri beast firearms manufacturer has released a line of new york unplanned rifles after getting verbal assurances from new york officials. we painted them and so this is what we were told they look a twelve week. they figure that will pull you to clean that they don't live right where the state and were so with a few cosmetic changes an assault weapon apparently is no
NBC
Apr 10, 2014 11:00pm PDT
's stadium. today cal-osha issued new fines against a steel company in connection with a deadly accident. a worker lied after being crushed by a load of rebar. they say the company failed to secure the steel delivery before the accident. it was the second death at the construction site. the 49ers first game at the new stadium is this august. >>> 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick has yet to comment about an investigation by the olice department. he was not arrested but is named in the police report stemming from a miami condo involving a woman. the report reveals a woman was having drinks with kaepernick, quintin paten on former teammate antonio lock the. she says she smoked marijuana at the condo and got naked with kaepernick. they did not have the sex. she says she wokeqóñ up in a hospital bed not knowing what happened or how she got there and said she's had a previous relationship with the quarterback. the 49ers say they're monitoring this case and also busy with other players in legal trouble. last month, defensive back chris culver was arrested in san jose and faces a felony charg
NBC
Apr 11, 2014 4:30am PDT
thousands of dollars in fine. cal osha issued new fines against the steel company. one worker died after he was crushed by a load of rebar. the company did not have adequate safety procedures in place and failed to secure the steel delivery before the accident. it was the second death at the construction site. the 49ers first game at the stadium will be this august. >>> 4:38. today we could learn more about evidence against state senator leland yee. yee and his lawyer will be in court for a pretrial hearing and to discuss next steps in that case. earlier this week, the suspended state senator pleaded not guilty to federal charges of corruption, gun running, money laundering and drug charges. former san francisco school board president keith jackson and convicted gangsr raymond "shrimp boy" chow were also arrested. >>> turning now to our microclimate forecast. let's take a live look outside. san francisco this morning. can you make it out there at the embarcadero. >> christina, looks like fog early, but i imagine that will burn off. >> yeah, you know what, fog makes mid-level clouds and an a
NBC
Apr 17, 2014 6:00pm PDT
not need to be lost. it did not need to happen. >> cal osha says the fines are the highest they've ever levied. more safety measures are in the works. reporting live, i'm jodi spsz hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> so far, nothing. today, search for human remains at the former kntv sfud owe. fire crews today work to excavate the area. they did recover remains of a puppy killed in sunday's fire. a suspected has been charged with felony arson and burglary in the case. >> it was used for decades to attract soviet satellites.nnum work being done was so secretive that even vice president hubert humphrey was there in 1968. >> it's very quiet in the shark tank right now.83ñe but don't worry, it's going to change, you see. the logo, the playoffs, everything is getting ready to go. the sharks hosting l.a. kings in game one. one final practice and run through for team teal. we'll take you live outside of the shark tank. this is the year. >> this could be the year. we've had this entire northern california, south eern californ thing agtsd deight days this we. the warriors and clip everies don't
ABC
Apr 17, 2014 4:00pm PDT
. and an accident for which cal osha fined bart $210,000. >> in this situation, workers did not follow they're proeto calls. >> saying bart embraced regulations, these requirements will add extra procedures and protections for track-site crews. representatives say bart gambled with, and lost, two lives as part of a negotiating practice. >> they wanted to have the upper land and say we're going to run trains knowing they weren't going to be able to do service. just a -- a way to take lever waj away from a strike of the workers. >> families of the victims declined to comment today. in oakland, abc7 news >> a boat's mast fell onto the deck. we're live with >> there is police tape and they do not believe alcohol was a factor but there is an investigation underway to find out what happened. the this caused a mast to come crash down on a 39-year-old from burlingame. he was a passenger. this video shows him at the port but it's too late. >> it appears it's an accident we're trying to determine if there is negligence prior to the accident >> police are now combing over the area, looking for clues.
CBS
Apr 18, 2014 4:30am PDT
over the edge. the damage tied up service for days. >>> more troubles for bart. cal/osha has fined them $210,000 for the death of two workers last year. the men were working on the tracks when they were hit and killed by a bart train. >>> new this morning, concord police are investigating the city's first homicide of the year. a man found dead in the area of add late and laguna streets shortly before 9:00 last night. officers say he had been shot there. no suspect information at this hour. the victim's name hasn't been released. >>> and developing news on that ferry accident in south korea. today prosecutors are asking a court for an arrest warrant now for the captain and two other crew members. 28 people are now confirmed dead. about 270 are still missing. reporter ko im has more on the investigation and rescue effort. >> reporter: the ferry off south korea's coast is now completely under water. strong currents have made it difficult for crews to look for possible survivors. the coast guard says divers got into the ship's cargo area friday but couldn't reach the passenger quarters. doz
KRON
Apr 18, 2014 6:00am PDT
. the middle of next week. eliascal-osha is finding bart for an accident that killed to make some maintenance workers during last year's bart strike. the state's safety agency has find our $210,000 for three safety violations. a bart train hit and killedlaurence daniels and christopher sheppard last october while they were inspecting the tracks between the walnut creek in pleasant hill stations. happening today in the bay area the morning the group this morning, the group " justice for in the lopez " plans to confront sonoma county district attorney jil ravitch at 88 candidates from to call for an indictment of deputy sheriff erick gelhaus. gelhaus killed a 13 year old in october last year after he mistakenly thought the gun up lopez was carrying was a real assault weapon. also today that anti-nuclear protest at the lawrence livermore lab. the event is organized by " tri valley cares " and the "ecumenical peace is our to seven this morning at the northwest corner of the lab on vesco and patterson past world. >>james: new video this morning officers arrest for women on suspicion of stealing ce
SFGTV
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the project move forward as well. i think will be very lucky tenant. osha had axes to become an attendant down there myself. it's a very exciting location but also appointed to the gateway to other projects here at the port and so what you do really starts the process as people recognize that this is an area in san francisco that's become an enlightened and along the waterfront we have our blue greenway which be a series of walkways and open space leading up to the entry to 20th st. some very excited and we saw that [inaudible] parked right beside. so very excited to see this project move forward and, as you succumb hopefully none too soon. thank you very much and also think our staff for working on this and helping to get it almost overline. so, thank you. >> thank you very much >> item 15 new business >> commissioners i want to point out one thing on the for calendar. due to some scheduling issues we'd really like to bring forward the metro agreement for pier 27. cruise terminal a little earlier than the forward schedule shows so were proposing a may 13 informational item and may 27 action i
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it was inspected by osha was 25 years ago, one agency thought somebody else was doing, and another person not another person was doing, and come to find out nobody was doing it at all. >> despite the rebuilding, vessels tajes of a day gone horribly wrong, are still everywhere in west. from the dyserted homes and memorials, to the high school that steamingly vanished into dust. for as long as i'm still here, it will cross my mind every day. >> are you confident this will not happen again. >> no. >> you are not. >> no. >> why not. >> i would hope that they would take what happened here in west, and regulate to try to save more lives. i can't express how important it is to me to regulate that, to somebody that hasn't lost a loved one. that and harm nearby residents 473 of them can put over 100,000 people on risk. from a facility near them. when we return, america tonight's on going exclusive investigation. warehousing children in florida's nursing homes, even when families want to help. >> there is nobody there to really care to him, it is more like a facility of storage. of soaring the kids
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time, it wnspected by osha was 25 years ago. it turned, come to find out nobody was doing it at all. vestiges of a day going horribley wrong but still everywhere in west. from the deserted homes and memorials >> for as long as i am still here, i am sure it's going to cross my mind every day. >> are you confident -- >> why not? >> in regular to try more or less. i can't express how important it is to regulate that to somebody that hasn't lost a loved one. coming up next here, follow the money. medically fragile children warehoused where they clearly don't belong. why that happens in our exclusivitch investigation next. looking ahead on america tonight. >> it didn't connect in my brain. and i heard the gun go off. so my son starts leaving. >> you called the police that day? did you have ever imagine? >> no. they shouldn't have. they should have been trained to handle this. >> when we became exposed faster, smarter safer way. anyway. >> training that is saving lives. why aren't more police departments across the country enforcing it? america tonight investigates. the report monday on "
are killing people, thousands of osha offices, citizens, groups questioning the very constitution and the being of the country itself, today, there's no sort of security in the country and a war going on there was the sort of motivation that they have for the people in the country of justifying supporting elements which are against the state and its very existence? >> so, i touch on the narcotics issue but i don't go into it in great deal. it's there, but i don't know a great deal into the funding partly because my great friend has written a really good book which you can go and find on that to thank him as she talks about that. i touch on them as being the original sponsors of the taliban. what was the next questions. was the next question was about the poorest anti-state elements among among people. is that a fair -- >> or have a talibans wins support. i would say, it varies through the years. at the beginning a talibans actually came back and they came back with such force, they were defeated and they came back, they researched. and about 2006 and they managed to have a message
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violations oshea found several infractions for example a fork lift operator wasn't using a seat belt. osha imposed hefty fines. >>ings our tally was 22,000 dollars. >> maybe a little more than that. >> four federal agencies are looking at engelbrecht the i,are s, atf the fbi and oshea. >> isn't it possible this was all a coincidence? >> wouldn't that be great? if you start stacking it up at some point it walks like a duck quacks like a duck it probable by does. >> the irs said they were legally prevented from disclosing information. the fbi did not comply. the atf said they were within their rights to make a warrant with their inspection. the atf said it was a routine random inspection. >> did you ever ask any of these agencies why the sudden interest in you and your lives? >> no. they were just following orders. >> did did the orders come from? >> there's the request he. >> in addition to all of the attention engelbrecht was peaking the interest of high place names in washington. electoral watchdog groups such as true the vote were really engaged in if voter suppression take lirly -- par
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